Apart from the solo piano performances, Rythem has performed with great international artists such as George Brooks (USA), Rainer Pusch (Germany), Matteo Fraboni (Italy), David Soin Tapesser (UK) and great Indian musicians like Pranai Gurung, Vasundhara Vee, Sentirenla Lucia, Shubh Saran, Sanjay Divecha, Kartikeya Srivastava to name a few and he keeps playing with numerous musicians and bands in the city which has gained him the reputation of being one of the first-call jazz pianists in the city.
He has performed at some prestigious music festivals such as Goa International Jazz Festival (2017), MTV India Music Summit Festival (1st edition in 2017), Pune International Jazz Utsav (2018) and Delhi International Jazz Festival (2015). He has also performed in various corporate events at venues like St. Regis Hotel Mumbai, Fairmont Hotel, Alila Fort Palace, Neemrana Fort Palace, India International Centre, Bikaner House, JW Marriott, ITC Maurya, Leela Palace, etc.
He finds himself drawn to jazz music due to its emphasis on improvisation, which he believes allows musicians to be more creative and expressive. It’s his belief that playing jazz is important to musicians of any genre, as it opens up their aural abilities and encourages them to develop musical maturity.
Aman describes his music as being rooted in the rich tradition of Rhythm and Blues, but branching out to contemporary pop and electronic music. “I have always been an admirer of a musician’s ability to connect to a group of people at an emotional level and move them in a way that inspires them. To sustain a reciprocal relationship of personal thought with an audience through music is as close to a superpower as it gets. And so I strive to engage people from all walks of life into reaching out to their subconscious and vocalizing their thoughts through my music.” He Plans to record his debut album in the summer of 2018.